Welding refers to the joining or fusing of workpieces by heating and/or compression to form a continuum. The fusion of weldments can be based entirely on the heat generated by the arc to fuse the weldments.
A welding method that uses the flame generated by the mixed combustion of combustible gas and combustion-supporting gas as the heat source to melt the weldment and the welding material to achieve interatomic bonding.
Welding is a process that uses "heat" and "electricity" to connect two pieces of metal, and the type of welding metal will also affect the welding results and technical requirements; like many professional skills, welding technology also has different levels of difficulty. First understand the most common types of welding introduction, principle teaching, and skill analysis.
Welding is a method to make two metal blocks belong together. Metal weldability is the ability of metal materials to adapt to the welding process. Under certain welding process conditions, whether it can obtain high-quality welded joints and whether the welded joints can operate safely under use conditions is an evaluation standard.